I don't think you need the load-sharing algorithm command, but you can experiment to see if one algorithm gives better results than the others.
I should note that per-packet CEF load sharing essentially requires that the links have equal latencies. If latency varies, packets can arrive at the remote end out-of-order, which dramatically reduces TCP performance. In this case, per-flow CEF load sharing is a better bet, though it tends to not distribute load as well as per-packet CEF.
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